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Friday, October 17, 2003
VHP activists can meet 5 km away from disputed site: Mulayam
U.P. Govt. bracing for VHP programme
AYODHYA, OCT. 16. In view of the tough and extensive security measures taken by the Uttar Pradesh Government, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad has decided to organise symbolic demonstrations here tomorrow. While no important VHP leader was available to ...
PM for talks to find a solution
NEW DELHI, OCT. 16. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, said here today that there was a need to arrive at a consensus to deal with the situation arising out of the recent Supreme Court ruling that Government employees had no ...
A shocking incident, says Advani
MANESAR, OCT. 16.The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today expressed shock at the rape of a Swiss diplomat in the capital. Describing the incident as ``shocking and shameful'', he told reporters that he had spoken to the Lt. Governor, ...
Gujarat riots: 4 sentenced
VADODARA, OCT. 16.The Vadodara fast-track special court today acquitted two persons including former Deputy Mayor, Nisar Bapu, while sentencing four others, including Bapu's son, Abid Husain, and his brother-in-law, Akram Ahmed Sheikh, to life ...
Breach of security
NEW DELHI, OCT. 16. A motorcyclist broke the security cordon of the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani's convoy in the Tughlak Road area here today. Kush Kumar (56), riding a motorcycle, was among the several people stopped on Tughlak Road ...
JALANDHAR, OCT. 16.Police rescued early today a five-year-old girl who was taken hostage by an unidentified armed man from a house in Adarsh Nagar area here, after shooting the accused. ...
MCC blows up rail track
RANCHI, OCT. 16.Heavily armed extremists of the banned Moist Communist Centre (MCC) today blew up the Gajandi railway station and the nearby GRP station in Giridih district, disrupting rail traffic on the grand chord line for six hours, official ...
Govt. team for Rome
NEW DELHI, OCT. 16.The Government will send a high-level delegation, led by the Minister of State for Law and Justice, P.C. Thomas, to Rome, to participate in the beatification ceremony of Mother Teresa by Pope John Paul II at Vatican City on ...
BEIJING, OCT. 16.China today declared that its maiden space mission was a ``complete success'' with its first astronaut on board the Shenzhou V spacecraft returning safely to earth, after completing a series of tests. The re-entry module of the ...
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